The always stylish Kate Middleton, known in the fashion world for her signature collection of wedges, belted coats and royal fascinators, looks equally as ravishing in her dressed down, casual wardrobe.
Not everyone can look *this* stylish when hiking up a mountain, but the Duchess proved it can be done whilst climbing up to Paro Taktsang, a Buddhist monastery in Bhutan. Kate sported a pair of knee-high Penelope Chilvers boots, grey skinny jeans, a deep green vest and a white Jaeger linen blouse for the outdoor occasion.
The dark-haired beauty showed off her cricket skills during a trip to Mumbai in this stunning printed maxi dress and beige wedges. Anita Dongre, a popular Indian designer who created the Rajasthan-inspired dress, revealed to the Telegraph that although Kate's team had requested some designs for her upcoming Mumbai trip, she had no idea whether any of them had made the cut: “It was a real surprise. I was at home when I saw the pictures and was so delighted."
Kate dressed it down with this beige Troy London windbreaker, black Zara skinny jeans and white canvas Superga's during her recent Canadian tour. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up their royal tour with a trip to Victoria, British Columbia, where the pair visited charities supporting abused women and young people, where Kate was pictured strolling the streets and waving to fans.
The Duchess of Cambridge emerged from the hospital cradling Prince George whilst sporting this pale blue dress with white polka dots designed by British designer Jenny Packham. Marking a historic moment with her first post-pregnancy appearance, Kate's choice of dress is thought to be a nod to the late Princess Diana, who donned a similar turquoise design when photographed clutching her newborn son Prince William in 1982.
The Duchess ditched the nude wedges for a pair of ballet slippers last year when she watched Prince William and Prince Harry play a charity polo match. Which was lucky - because she spent plenty of time running after Prince George.
In March 2012, the Duchess dusted off her hockey skills and donned a pair of pink jeans and trainers when she visited the Olympic Park.